Ma Cherie is a one of many series by Japanese brand Shiseido. It consists of two sets – Moisture Feel and Air Feel. I`m using the Moisture series for my slightly dry and damaged hair. The Air Feel series are for damaged and rebel hair. It is said to contain champagne, honey, and vitamins B8 and E. Have to trust my sources as the description on packaging is in Japanese and God help us with that! I`m not a chemist, but it sounds like pretty good products. Everything from Japan is awesome to me as I know how obsessed about the skincare and beauty products are the Japanese and I assume that for such a demanding requests the products have to be at least at the expectation level if not beyond. Secondly Shiseido is famous for high quality skincare products and this gave me the trust to tried these product. Not the last I bought these little haircare products for their package. As I travel a lot I need a “minion” version of all beauty, hair and skincare product I usually use at home to fit in my travel beauty case. The plastic protective cover that these two products come with are just perfect solution to my liquids-spillage-endless problem. Eh Viva!!!
What I really like about Ma Cherie Shampoo and Conditioner is the smell. Both smells delicious, fruity-peach aroma. Then the hair is really smooth. I know it is supposed to live the hair with moisture, but I thought whatever is written on package is just a marketing tool to sell the product. I was surprised that after the very first wash my hair wasn’t getting any dryness which usually the hotel’s shampoos do. The hair is smells good, looks clean, silky and halthy and feels smooth. Even thought it contains the sulphates that we are all trying to avoid in my case I really need a strong shampoo as the residual I’m getting on my hair while flying are not so easy to get rid off with a “green” products. I use the organic product when I spend more time on ground and I’m not exposed to any harsh environment that stuck heavy on my hair. Overall I am happy with these products and I don’t see why someone shouldn’t try it when has a chance to visit any Asian countries. Available at Watson or Sasa stores in Asia.